Charts & Infographics
Here are some of our most popular insights for you to download and use in your own presentations and in-house reports. Please credit SCM World when using our data.
Supply Chain Risk Management
Over the next three years, commodity price volatility has been identified as the biggest area for concern within the supply chain community. This chart ranks other major and minor causes for concern.
Sustainability & Supply Chain Integrity
Investing in sustainability initiatives might always be seen as the right thing to do, but this chart shows which areas of investment are also expected to generate financial payback.
Customer Centricity & Demand Management
In our Future of Supply Chain survey 2015, respondents indicated where they’ll be investing over the next 18 months to help address demand volatility. This chart ranks the most critical areas worth investing in.
Digital Demand & Omnichannel
This chart shows where and how respondents to our annual Future of Supply Chain survey are planning to invest in omnichannel initiatives over the next three years. Returns is indicated as the area most likely to have no investments planned, despite omnichannel leaders investing heavily here (according to our recent Customer Centricity report).
Design for Profitability
For innovation leaders to flourish, an integrated organisation that brings three key functions together is required. This chart presents an organisational maturity model for design for profitability and underlines the need for often siloed functions to work together as equal partners in an orchestrated NPDL process.
Manufacturing & Production Operations
As businesses plan for and build the workforce of tomorrow, this infographic shows how changes in manufacturing are driving a need for different skillsets within the workforce.
End-to-end Supply Chain
This infographic shows how to align functional approaches to supply chain with overall strategy. Metrics are likely to change by function, but each area can use the same theme to prioritise what will drive the largest impact for the overall programme plan.
S&OP and integrated Business Planning (IBP)
There are a range of tactics supply chain can draw on to add value as part of the planning process. This chart sets out the tactics most widely in use today, what’s planned in the next 18 months and the degree to which technology has been applied to automate the work.